Natural Homemade Plant Fungicide Works A Treat

Learn to make this very simple recipe for a homemade fungicide.There’s no harsh chemicals in your yard and your plants will thank you for it!
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When your plants are showing signs of fungus, mold, or suspicious spots, this All-Natural Homemade Plant Fungicide is what you need to be reaching for.

This popular recipe uses a few simple ingredients. Like the Mint and Garlic Weed Killer, it works an absolute treat.

Black spots on your roses, white mildew on your veggies and orange fuzz on your plants are just some of the challenges that gardeners face. Don’t underestimate Plant fungus, it can be a serious problem, especially when out of control.

Thanks to this brilliant recipe, you can tend to the issue easily and inexpensively. This natural recipe works wonderfully. Many people have used it, and the creator uses it regularly and swears by it.

Natural Homemade Plant Fungicide Ingredients

  • 1 spray bottle
  • Tsp – 3 tsp Baking soda
  • Tsp Vegetable oil
  • 16 oz / 500ml water
  • Small amount Eco-Friendly dish soap

Natural Homemade Plant Fungicide Video

This easy to make spray has been proven to work. Creator Project Diaries uses it in his own garden with great success!

Plenty of others in his community have used it with equally good results. We highly recommend that you view the quick video to see how to make it. Click Play above ^

via Project Diaries

How To Make Natural Homemade Plant Fungicide Recipe

In a cup or bowl, pour in your water. Next, add in enough baking soda depending on your plants’ needs. If you only have a few leaves covered in spots, use one teaspoon.

If the whole plant is covered, use two teaspoons. When your whole garden is looking bad, use three.

Mix in the oil and then the dish soap. Pour it into your spray bottle and give it a good shake. Be sure to always shake before using it.

Spray it over your plant after trimming off highly infected parts. Spray the base of the plant and the soil as well.

Reapply every 2-3 weeks, or after heavy rainfall. You should see the fungus begin to clear up in a few week’s time.

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